Currently on display in Kellyville, the 58 Series by Millbrook Homes features an ultra-contemporary and stylish design with all the inclusions of a highly functional modern abode.
Upon entry through the light-filled foyer, the open-plan layout showcases a charming mono-stringer staircase with a glass balustrade and stone base, and a home theatre with a twinkle-light ceiling and terraced seating. Continuous indoor/outdoor stone benchtops connect the kitchen to the exterior barbecue area, which joins an innovative pool with a stunning water feature.
When considering the triple garage and four spacious bedrooms – with en suites in the main and second bedrooms – it is hard to go past the sense of space, volume and flow the 58 Series offers.
Founded in 2013, Millbrook Homes is an award-winning builder of handcrafted luxury homes. Brothers Richard and Daniel Whitehead launched the company with the goal of providing outstanding design and construction concepts to families in and around Sydney.
Millbrook Homes has earned a multitude of awards and finalist nominations, including the 2016 Housing Industry Association (HIA) Hunter Region Home of Year. The highly prestigious accolade demonstrates the success of the Whitehead brothers’ partnership and their mission to deliver high-end family living solutions.
With a distinctive style featuring clean lines and extraordinary attention to detail, the company prides itself on its superior custom-design and construction process, as well as its commitment to incorporating the latest technologies and techniques into its homes.
The team at Millbrook Homes is dedicated to a seamless client experience and know that one of the most important attributes for a successful project is communication. They listen to what clients tell them about their lifestyle, their vision, and their concerns about building a new home from day one.
A Millbrook Homes creation should be a joy to live in and a pleasure to own, but what sets the company apart is its desire to make the building process equally rewarding.